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Neeraj Mishra

Articles by Neeraj Mishra

Ante-Natal Cramps

Ante-Natal Cramps

Sep 04, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

The new state's birth throws up many posers. Where will its government sit is just one of them.

Splitting Headache

Splitting Headache

Aug 21, 2000 Arindam Mukherjee

The new states aren’t complaining. But for their parents, it will be a painful parting of ways.

The Ethnified Nation

The Ethnified Nation

Aug 14, 2000 Sutapa Mukerjee

More than India's political map, the creation of new states could redraw political alignments

Megawatt Thieves

Megawatt Thieves

Jul 31, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

Big industries no longer clamour for power, they simply steal it

So Whose Law Is It Anyway?

So Whose Law Is It Anyway?

Jun 26, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

An unseemly tussle of authority erupts over who'll rap Digvijay

The Literacy Tradesmen

The Literacy Tradesmen

Jun 19, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

A motley bunch of investors have a new field: education

Cheat Fund Company

Cheat Fund Company

Jun 19, 2000 Sutapa Mukerjee

As Prabhakar plays out his 'cricket's messiah' role, new evidence places him in the thick of a multi-crore...

His Law Of The Land

His Law Of The Land

Jun 12, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

Kabhai Chauhan is not only the richest police inspector in the country but a king of scams

Hybrid Spaces

Hybrid Spaces

May 15, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

A ‘global’ aesthetics is moving into India’s smaller cities, and it reflects new-age...

Collective Wisdom

Collective Wisdom

May 08, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

The Dewas experiment shows a way out of the crisis

Fire In The Soil

Fire In The Soil

May 01, 2000 Ranjit Bhushan

A callous administration ignored indicators. Result: India may see one of the worst famines in over a century.

Class Struggle

Class Struggle

Apr 10, 2000 Soma Wadhwa

The country’s poor are determined to put their kids through school. But can the infrastructure cope?

The Joy Of One

The Joy Of One

Mar 27, 2000 Payal Kapadia

Defying the 'lonely child' stereotype, an increasing number of urban couples are opting for one offspring

Red Blimp In Bastar

Red Blimp In Bastar

Mar 06, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

CM Digvijay needs political will to counter ultra-left insurgency

King Of The Square Ring

King Of The Square Ring

Feb 28, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

Digvijay Singh thrams the Bajrang Dal over its conclave venue and shows how the Sangh can be made to buckle

Reign Of The Middle Order

Reign Of The Middle Order

Feb 28, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

A eunuch is the mayor of Katni, three others win civic elections and democracy turns a new leaf

Ethical Cleansing

Ethical Cleansing

Feb 21, 2000 Namrata Joshi

For a right wing that revels in the politics of identity, Deepa Mehta’s film is the water of life itself

Down In Pitsburgh

Down In Pitsburgh

Jan 03, 2000 Neeraj Mishra

This is Patalkot - 2,000 feet below civilisation